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  1. As a huge AC/DC fan (with and without Axl), I'm very excited and can't wait to see what's in store. I love GN'R, they're my favorite band ever (unfortunately ), and I try to give them as many passes as possible, but it really is telling when dinosaurs like AC/DC seem to have their shit figured out in the current age. I didn't follow the journey to the release of Chinese Democracy as I was younger and hadn't become a fan yet. For someone who has - is this time period leading up to this supposed album "worse" than what it was waiting for Chinese?
  2. Wow...so I now have Coma and Out Ta Get Me in pro-shot from my first ever Guns N’ Roses show. That was really great. I’m content.
  3. Houston 2016 was my first ever Guns N' Roses show, so it's very near and dear to my heart. Not afraid to admit I'm very excited to finally see some of it in pro-shot.
  4. Basically this. In other words, it’s not Guns N’ Roses doing, and I doubt they even know about it.
  5. Do you know what the footage was? I’d be curious to know.
  6. Yes. He registered for it in October 2014 and it was abandoned in July 2015. IIRC, nothing came of it though.
  7. Yeah, I came across the trademarks this morning. These three different "classes" (descriptions) that @Blackstar posted are assigned to both "Axl" and "Axl Rose" (so, I guess 6 separate trademarks in total)? I know the value of trademarks and why companies do them, but I'm not sure why Axl himself would. Guns N' Roses, as its own band/brand makes sense obviously, but I don't really understand why an individual within the band would do it for themselves. I love Axl, but the idea of Axl Rose branded clothing is really weird to me, lol.
  8. Great read! I really enjoy both TSI and Live Era. I have to say though, it's pretty funny how there was no mention of the fact that much of Live Era was re-recorded, lol.
  9. Not only that, but posting that pic of Slash confirms Axl has a pic of Slash saved in his phone. 2020 really is something else.
  10. I don’t care what anyone says, this will never get old to me. Happy Birthday Slash!
  11. I haven't seen any other sources for this, but it looks like we're getting a Chris Cornell cover of Patience tomorrow morning.
  12. Someone correct me if I’m wrong, but it’s a fair assumption to make that the album isn’t finished based on this interview with Slash. With that being said - didn’t Fernando say we’d see the new album “within 6 months” (March), and then said it was halted due to the virus? If Slash is still writing and recording demos this far in the game, I highly doubt anything other than maybe a single release of Hardschool would’ve been ready for a March release, virus or no virus.
  13. I went ahead and listened to it. This is what he said: "I've been jamming with Duff, and I've been jamming with Axl, and I've been doing stuff like that; so we've been getting some work done that way. I'm basically just focusing on writing new music, recording demos and recording guitar stuff for Guns."
  14. Well, the tweet from last week was tweeted at 3pm EST on the dot. That was also when the YouTube video was added. It’s now 15 minutes past and no word so far, so who knows.
  15. Beggars can't be choosers. For reference, the last time official footage of the band was uploaded to their YouTube channel was in June 2014; clips from Vegas residency. That is a LONG time. This was their first run doing this; it honestly could've been worse (granted, it could have been better, but that's a given). It's a step, albeit a small one, in the right direction.
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